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Travis Fifield

This interview by Galen Koch of Travis Fifield of Stonington, Fifield shares about his extensive family history and sense of place on Deer Isle. He shares how he ended up back in Stonington because of a close call with cancer that woke him up to enjoy life. Fifield talks about the workings of his many generation family business selling and buying lobsters out of a small wharf in Stonington, his experiences being gay and running for/winning selectman and his overall optimism living on the island.







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